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Item #: SCP-###

Object Class: Euclid

Special Containment Procedures: SCP-### is to be situated 2 miles under Site-██ within a private docking station.

Description: SCP-### is a type IXA U-42 U-boat made around 1936 and used by the Kriegsmarine to evacuate key personnel and valued assets to a safe location away from Germany. However it has multple scratches and dents at the sides and bottom of the hull, as well as missing any SEI or radar equipment1. SCP-### appears entirely like a normal U-boat.

SCP-###'s anomalous properties activate when it's hatch is opened. Any living beings in a 10 meter radius of SCP-### will stop what they are doing and proceed to enter SCP-###. If 46 beings or more have not entered SCP-### due to any reason, the radius around SCP-### will increase by 20 meters every 24 hours until SCP-### has a crew of 46 within it's hull.2 Once SCP-### has reached its minimum, the hatch will remain open for 5 minutes before it closes by itself.

SCP-###'s anomalous properties will continue onto a "second phase" at 230 meters (750 ft), all crew members aboard SCP-### will be paralyzed by a strong but constant shock ranging from 200 volts to 5 kilovolts due to SCP-###'s diesal engines and electric motors sending any electricity to any metallic components of SCP-###.

Once all crew members have been paralyzed, SCP-### will continue to descend until it has hit the ocean floor. In cases in which the ocean is too shallow to allow for SCP-###'s requirements, all personnel will immediately become paralyzed and SCP-### will relocate to a different area, which will often take a period of time ranging from 2 hours or 5 days to find a suitable location.3 Once SCP-### has completed its descent, water will breach and flood SCP-###, causing the death of all crew members.

Addendum: Wireless recording devices were placed around the inside of SCP-###. All devices placed either suffered corrosive damage or power overload from the continuous shock sent through SCP-### except one. The surviving device was able to relay an audio clip to site command before being damaged.

(Audio taken from http://www.uboataces.com/ref-submarine-sounds.shtml)